For our latest shipment of Oliver Goldsmith sunglasses we present to you a few of our favorite styles with a more masculine appeal — Timeless designs from the 50’s to the 70’s that have only improved with the decades.
The New Arrivals:
The Oliver Goldsmith Consul (1959) was named after the Ford Consul car that was made in Britain and launched between 1951 and 1962. A quintessential and timeless wayfarer design, the Consul features thick and chunky Italian acetate, real hand drilled riveted hinges with exposed circular pins, and offers an exceptionally nice fit for most faces. Available in Oliver Goldsmith’s signature ‘Tortoiseshell Split” colorway, as well as classic black, and “Dark Tortoiseshell”.
Glyn (1971) was named after one of Oliver Goldsmith’s best craftsmen who had worked for them for over 30 years before retiring at the ripe old age of 75. “He designed this frame for himself and it was the last frame he did before heading off to enjoy a life of cruising around the world with his lovely wife wife who was about 30!”
Glyn is a well-fitting plastic aviator that is a perfect embodiment of the decade. Handmade of the finest Italian acetate, it features a unique cut-out at the bridge, and real hand drilled riveted hinges with exposed circular pins.
Carl (1967) has been a staple design in Oliver Goldsmith’s collection for years. It is a squared off plastic aviator style, which has come to be known simply as the “Caravan Aviator”. Though first made in the late 60’s, its style really comes into its own with its brash 70’s feel.
SHOP Oliver Goldsmith Carl sunglasses | Available in:
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